U. of Missouri-St. Louis
FIN 3500 Financial Management Spring Semester 2015
Second Exam Study Guide
Study Guide for Second Exam
The Second exam will be in class on Wednesday, March 11, during our regular class
Please bring a #2 pencil, your
U. of Missouri-St. Louis
FIN 3500 Financial Management Spring Semester 2014
Third Exam Study Guide
Study Guide for Third Exam
The Third Exam will be in class on Monday, April 6, during our regular class meeting
Please bring a #2 pencil, your studen
Which one of available only to firms having a single owner
applies to a
limited liability for limited partners only
taxed similar to a partnership
taxed similar to a C corporation
| Problem 68 Calculating Annuity Ilr'al'ues [LG 1]
You want to have $66,901:) in your savings account 13 years from now, and you're prepared to mal-te
equal annual deposits into the account at the end of each year. tithe account
This cannot be solved directly, so it's easiest to just use the calculator method to get an answer. You can then use the calculator z
verify that your answer is correct.
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MC Du. Aii Mario, l'nc. is considering the purchase ofABC Co. Marita.
l'u'larl-(o, Inc. is considering the purchase of ABC Co. l'u'larl-to belieyes that NBC Co. can generate cash
ows of $5,500, $10,5DD, and $16,?DD oyer the
Laboratory questions on High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) demonstration
Please give only ONE copy of answer for each group. Submit before 26/05/2017 (Friday)
1. Draw schematic diagram of HPLC and explain briefly each components.
2. Explain the
Analysis question #2:
What is the molarity of a nitric acid, HNO3, solution if 43.33 ml of 0.1000M KOH solution is needed to
neutralize 20.00 ml of the acid solution?
Step 1: write the neutralization equation
HNO3 + KOH
KNO3 + H2O
1 mole of
U. of Missouri-St. Louis
FIN 3500 Financial Management SPRING Semester 2015
Final Exam Study Guide
Study Guide for Final Exam
The Final exam will be in class:
for the class normally meeting 11:00 12:15: Monday 5/11, 10:00 a.m. - Noon
for the class normall
Spring 2015 FIN 3500
Study Guide 4th Exam
The 4th exam will be in class on Wednesday, April 22. The exam will be
approximately 30 - 35 multiple choice questions covering chapters 9 and 10. You
will record answers on a scantron sheet. Bring a #2 pencil and
Name Kyle Raisher
Student Number 14137957
In Class Exercise
Tuesday, October 6, 2015
Connies Cupcakes is expecting constant growth in future years.
Connie is estimating that the next dividend will be $3.15 per share.
After that, Connie expects growth to b
Homework Assignment for Week 3:
For Week 3, please turn in the answers to the following questions:
1. Define the following terms as they apply to bonds:
a. Face value
b. Maturity date
c. Coupon interest (including coupon interest rate
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MC Du. F You cannot attend the shareho!.
You cannot attend the shareholder's meeting for Alpha United so you authorize another shareholder to vote on your behalf. WI
O cumulative voting
O straight voting
Note: Intermediate answers are shown below as rounded, but the full answer was used to
complete the calculation.
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Coupon rate = $51.30:r $1,000 2 5.14%
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Here we need to nd the coup
The NPR! of a project is the F! of the inows minus the F! of the outows. The equation for the NW of
this project at a 12 percent required return is:
p1,! = $23,000 + $13,000! 1.12 + $10,000!1.122 + $12,000!1.123 = $3,003.01
t a 12 percent req
A firm has common stock of $80, paid-in surplus of $160, total liabilities of
$360, current assets of $290, and fixed assets of $500. What is the amount
of the shareholders' equity?
Shareholders' equity = Current assets + Fixed
A firm has sales of $1,200, net income of $224, net fixed assets of $540, and current assets of
$296. The firm has $99 in inventory. What is the common-size statement value of inventory?
The Anberlin Co. had $312,000 in 2011 taxable income. Use the tax rates from Table 2.3.
Calculate the companys 2011 income taxes.
Taxes = 0.15($50,000) + 0.25($25,000) + 0.34($25,000) + 0.39($312,000 100,000) =
Consider the following simplified financial statements for the Phillips Corporation (assuming no
Imprudential, Inc., has an unfunded pension liability of $800 million that
must be paid in 16 years. To assess the value of the firm's stock, financial
analysts want to discount this liability back to the present. If the relevant
discount rate is 8.0 p
In January 2007, the average price of an asset was $28,558. 7 years earlier,
the average price was $20,808. What was the annual increase in selling
To answer this question, we can use either the FV
1.The Cookie Shoppe expects sales of $3,100 next year. The profit margin is 4 percent
and the firm has a 43 percent dividend payout ratio. What is the projected increase in
Change in retained earnings
1.Last year, T-bills returned 2 percent while your investment in large-company
stocks earned an average of 5 percent. Which one of the following terms refers
to the difference between these two rates of return?
1.Suzie owns five different bonds valued at $36,000 and twelve different stocks
valued at $82,500 total. Which one of the following terms most applies to Suzie's
2.Which one of the following is a
You purchased 280 shares of stock at a price of $53.37 per share. Over the last year, you have
received total dividend income of $305. What is the dividend yield?
Dividend yield = ($305 / 280
MC Du. t3 Which of the fottowr'ng statements is correct.
1llli'hich of the following statements is correct concerning the term structure of interest rates?
|. Expectations of lower ination rates in the future tend to lower
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| Problem 100 Calculating Project DEF [1.01 I
Helper, lnc., is considering a new threeqrear expansion project that requires an initial xed asset
investment of $2.02 million. The xed asset will be depreciated straight-line to zero o
When we say why we say "money has time value," we mean:
It takes time to make money
Time is money
Money to be received or paid at one time is not of the same value as mon
or paid at another time
A dollar to be paid today is worth less than a dollar to be